Ladyfinger palm is also called fan palm because it has
thin, individual stalks originating from its base that end in fan-shaped
leaves. Ladyfinger palm stalks are similar to bamboo. It is a medium-sized
palm stays manageable size whether grown outdoor or as an indoor potted plant. Mostly, lady, palm finger is an indoor plant because it grows well in shade. In fact, the
plant's leaves change color in the shade, appearing more darker.
Keep the plant thinned by removing any leaves that have
become discolored or dried out. If the new growth is dead then the entire
plant should be cut back to the soil.
plant tolerates different types of soil, clay, sandy, loamy. Try to keep it
slightly acidic as well.
temperature is suitable for growth.
Height: In the container, they can only reach about 5 to 6 feet tall.
Benefits and Uses:
It is used for ornamental purposes in offices.
Ladyfinger palm make good screening plants when
planted in groups.
It is also used in medicines.